A new Nokia Android smartphone is in the works, at least that’s the case if the rumours are true. The Nokia 2 is set to be a new entry-level smartphone featuring a large 4000mAh battery for long use times.
Based on a photo shared by @evleaks, the Nokia 2 will not have soft-keys on the body. Instead it will be relying on on-screen keys instead. It will share similar design ideas with the previously released Nokia 3, and with similar plastic build as well.
What sets this model apart from the rest is the rumoured battery capacity. With 4000mAh on tap, the phone should be able to last a long period of time in between charges. The Nokia 2 is expected to have a 5-inch 720p display, 1GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 212 processor; hardware that will likely go towards saving on battery usages as well.
There’s no hint what-so-ever for the camera on the front and the back – we may see it share the same 8-megapixel camera from the Nokia 3 as a cost-saving measure.
It will be coming in either black or white, but no release timetable has been shared thus far by HMD. Pricing wise the phone could be cheaper than the Nokia 3, which retails for RM 599 locally – we will have to wait and see if this rings true.